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Gold Derby• After acknowledging he is not a film critic, Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), writes in a guest column for Newsweek: "As a voice of the new veterans' movement, and of thousands of...
Gold Derby nuggets: ACMs still win night with lower ratings | ABC finds five hours for 'Lost' finaleGold Derby• The Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday won the night for CBS with 13.05 million tuning in to see Carrie Underwood keep her crown as entertainer of the year. With the other nets programming original fare this year, viewership was down 12% from...
Decades before Errol Flynn, Tyrone Power and Johnny Depp became swashbuckling cinematic heroes, Douglas Fairbanks dashed across the screen with the greatest of athletic ease in such extravaganzas as "The Mark of Zorro," "The Iron Mask" and "The Black...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTO MILLIONS, James Stewart was Everyman. To Kelly Stewart, he was just Dad. "Dad was a very private person," she says, adding that her father never brought his work home with him. But she got her first inkling of his tremendous popularity at age 6,...
Times Staff Writer"Cinderella Man" tells James J. Braddock's story, but it does not share the boxer's confidence. While the real-life Braddock had enough belief in himself to accomplish miracles in the ring, this filmed biography's reluctance to have faith in its...
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Chicago TribuneThe quaintly titled "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School" is a movie of sentiment, sweetness and nostalgia, a story hovering somewhere between realism and bittersweet fantasy. Occurrences, coincidences and resolutions take on an adult...
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Times Staff WriterKekexili is more than one of the most remote and starkly beautiful locations on Earth. It's a place with a spirit of its own, a spirit that's been infused into the strong and gritty Chinese import "Mountain Patrol: Kekexili." About four miles high on...
Tags: Animals, Crime, Law and Justice, Death, Entertainment, Movies
Times Staff Writer"The Squid and the Whale" has the power to break your heart and heal it again. Acutely observed, faultlessly acted, graced with piercing emotion and unsparing honesty, it will make you laugh because you can't bear to cry. Winner of two top Sundance...
Times Staff WriterI wanted to have my own heart-to-heart with the Lord after watching "Conversations With God," a biopic-infomercial that opens today about Neale Donald Walsch's rise from homelessness to bestselling New Age author. I'd ask tough questions just like Walsch...
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Times Staff WriterThe American Cinematheque kicks off its annual Festival of Fantasy, Horror & Science Fiction tonight at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica with the granddaddy of classic martial arts flicks, 1973's "Enter the Dragon," which features Bruce Lee at the peak of...
Times Staff WriterActor Richard E. Grant makes his feature writing-directing debut with the semiautobiographical drama "Wah-Wah," which is both acidly funny and very moving. Described as a "coming of age at the end of an age" story, the film is set in late-1960s...
Times Staff Writer"Saint Ralph" is an amiable sentimental fantasy, joining running, religion and a boy with a whole lot of problems into an earnest production that entertains even as it milks some of its situations for all they're worth. In writer-director Michael...
Tags: Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Sports, Death, Campbell Scott
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